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Hypothermia: Why most deaths are preventable
Earlier this month the cold snap across Europe claimed more than 60 lives. In Poland temperatures fell to below -30°C in some regions and 10 people died of the cold on January 8 alone.
Chicago ends 2016 with 762 homicides, opens 2017 with 2 deaths
Two people have lost their lives in a shooting incident in the US city of Chicago, where 762 people became victims of gun violence in 2016, according to police.
UN: Mediterranean migrant deaths in 2016 pass 5,000
The number of migrants and refugees who have perished while trying to cross the Mediterranean this year has passed 5,000, the UN said Friday after two more deadly shipwrecks.
Cancer experts predict 15% fall in deaths in 20 years
The number of people who die from cancer is expected to plummet over the next two decades thanks to advances in research, experts have said.
Drug overdose deaths rise significantly in US
Drug overdose deaths have increased by 33 percent in the past five years across the US, with some states seeing jumps of nearly 200 percent.
Hospitals may face bigger penalties for readmissions than deaths
Medicare penalties are tied to fewer repeat hospitalizations for some common health problems, but a new study suggested that current policy doesn’t encourage hospitals in the United States to focus on preventable deaths.
Syria reacts to Ban Ki-moon’s accusations over civilian deaths
Syria says it does not require the advice of UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon after the outgoing official accuses the Syrian government of killing civilians.
Air pollution deaths cost $5 trillion
Premature deaths due to air pollution are costing the global economy $5.1 trillion annually, or roughly twice the economic output of the UK, with more than half of that burden falling on China and other developing economies in Asia, according to a study.
Global warming to blame for hundreds of heatwave deaths
Hundreds of deaths in the searing European heatwave of 2003 can be attributed to manmade climate change, say scientists.
New Karabakh deaths after presidents meet
Two soldiers from Azerbaijan and Armenia have been killed in shootings just after the two countries' presidents renewed commitment to a truce in the disputed Karabakh region.
Deaths in UK jails hit record highs
UK Prison Officers Association has warned that vulnerable prisoners face fatal risk due to deep prison funding cuts.
CIA staged suicides to cover Gitmo deaths, says former guard
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has staged suicides to cover up inmate deaths at the notorious US military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, says a former guard.
Cancers constitute over 30% of world's natural deaths
By Sadeq Dehqan & Atefeh Rezvan-Nia
Malaria deaths plunge sharply
Malaria death rates have plunged by 60 percent since 2000, translating into 6.2 million lives saved, the vast majority of them children, according to a joint WHO-UNICEF report.
Malaria deaths cut by 60% since 2000
Treated bednets, rapid diagnosis and effective medicines have combined to cut malaria death rates by 60 percent since 2000 — saving more than six million lives — but funding must be tripled to battle a disease that still threatens nearly half the world’s people and exacts a particularly heavy toll in Africa, said UN agencies.

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